Thursday, December 31, 2009

Why is "no" not an acceptable answer to the question, "are you okay?"

You asked.

The same thing goes for the answer "Oh, I'm all right," when someone asks "how are you doing?"

Why would you ask me a question like that for which you are expecting a specific answer and then be surprised when I didn't go along with your plan?

It's nonsensical.

Next time just say, "Hey. Tell me that you're fine so that I can stop worrying about it."

It's all right. I understand.


1 comment:

  1. All I can say to this is: agreed

    People don't want to hear the truth, they want to hear whatever will satisfy their perception of the way things should be and the way you should react to the occurrences in your life.